Thursday, April 18, 2019

Against Me! make triumphant return to stage with first live album in 10 years

Against Me! 23 Live Sex Acts As Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace points out in one of this disc’s song introductions, it’s been nearly 10 years since her band’s...

Dustin Kensrue’s ‘Carry The Fire’ is “a robust and decidedly enjoyable affair” (review)

Dustin Kensrue Carry The Fire Dustin Kensrue’s solo material has progressed similarly to that of another sensitive bearded man originally from a heavy band: City & Colour’s Dallas Green....

At The Gates – At War With Reality

At The Gates At War With Reality It’s been 19 years since Swedish melodic death metallers At The Gates released their genre-changing swansong, Slaughter Of The Soul. And it’s...

Various Artists – Friends

Various Artists Friends There’s something about benefit compilations that bring out the best in bands. Case in point: Friends, a 37-track beast of previously unreleased and new material created...

The Ting Tings – Sounds From Nowheresville

The Ting Tings Sounds From Nowheresville This review originally ran in AP 285. The Ting Tings’ long-awaited sophomore album is aptly named: Although 2008’s We Started Nothing brimmed with flirty...

The Saddest Landscape – You Will Not Survive

The Saddest Landscape You Will Not Survive   “I just want to go back to when we didn’t have to drink ourselves to sleep,” screams Andy Maddox with a desperate,...

Cannibal Corpse

Cannibal Corpse Evisceration Plague A glance over the tracklisting on the new Cannibal Corpse album is enough to make any longtime fan wonder, “Have these legendary death metallers gone...

Totally Michael

Totally Michael Totally Michael Totally Michael melds electronic sequences with pop-punk sensibilities a la Atom And His Package. But unlike Atom (and contemporaries like Japanther and Math The Band),...

Anthony Green – Avalon

Anthony Green Avalon Anthony Green, contrary to what many message-board dwellers may type otherwise, is only mortal. Sure, his esoteric lyrics, stratospheric vocal range and androgynous tone have won...

Jaguar Love

Jaguar Love Take Me To The Sea The end of both the Blood Brothers and Pretty Girls Make Graves in 2007 marked two fairly significant losses for fans of...

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